Bank Guesthouse

Address: 28 Bridge St., Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 4NG, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 28 Bridge St., Wick, is near Wick Heritage Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wick

    A Fond Farewell

    A travel blog entry by rdubay on Jul 29, 2015

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    And so all good things must end and Sinclairs always end things in a big way. Our formal farewell took place at Mackays in Wick. What a great place! We were all sporting our tartans and regalia (well, those who could legally do so in Scotland wore regalia). In all seriousness, I would like to thank our wonderful Chief, cousin and host, the Right Honorable Malcolm Sinclair, Earl of Caithness ...

    Wick

    A travel blog entry by lesandmerryl on Jun 05, 2015

    1 comment

    ... which is not very big. Because there were so many casualties on the Jacobite side they were buried in clan graves, as well as they could identify them. There are stones marking the clan burial places of many clans but no MacLeod/McLeod marker although there were 290 men there. There were some stones that said "Mixed clans" so I assume they were buried there. Afterwards we began the long drive ...

    Bremen to Iceland: Learning by doing

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Aug 18, 2013

    3 photos

    ... Andrew was, to put it lightly, all over the place. Here we were, naively thinking we were going to get our oil changed while we enjoyed some fish & chips. He had other things in mind: immediately putting us to work to get it done. In a massive rusty hangar from 1937 we were taking off Maggie's cowling and working together to get the oil filter off. The facilities were hilarious: rain puddles from the leaky roof, no running water, the toilets were understandably looking the part, ...

    Mo's Blog

    A travel blog entry by henryjallum on Jul 18, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... and saw stars (due to lack of oxygen) whenever I walked up a flight of stairs (I didn't tell Henry that) I also had to loosen the straps on my helmet because the glands in my neck had swollen so much, also several painful ulcers had come up in my mouth presumably because I was rundown (might not have told Henry that either, no need to bother him, he would only have worried more about me, poor chap just wanted to cycle not nurse his sis, only telling him now because I want ...

    Jimmy's coastal walk: day 39 Castles and daffodils

    A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on May 01, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... gently towards the sea. And a succession of geos; those deep coastal indentations so common in this corner of Scotland.
    Leaving Wick I passed through the neighbourhoods of Papigoe and Staxigoe before heading along a rudimentary track which would take me most of the way to Scotland's north-east tip. It was good to be able to stay close to the cliff top as there was so much to see around every corner, and ...